In Blizzards most recent Diablo 4 quarterly update, the developers discussed what's new in the horror game development. And, strangely enough, they don't sound that bad.
Blizzard states in his blog that players should purchase something because they want to, not because they feel like they have to. It should also be clear to players exactly what they are getting before they purchase, without any unpleasant surprises.
Other words, Diablo Immortal microtransactions are the exact opposite.
Blizzard wants the Diablo 4 shop to complement the main games transmog system, containing a mixture of exclusive items and those you can acquire through playing the game. Our cosmetics are holistic fantasies, the individual components of which may be combined and matched with transmogs acquired in-game for endless customization possibilities.
The Diablo 4 shop only offers cosmetics, and no item for sale has any bearing on gameplay. Blizzard claims that the best-looking items aren't exclusive to the shop. You can earn tens of thousands of transmog and cosmetic items, including unique and legendary pieces, in the game.
Blizzard had little to say about much else elsewhere on the blog. For a game that hasnt had a gameplay trailer yet, it's likely that this will change soon. Diablo 4 is expected to be released sometime in 2023.
In the meantime, here's all you need to know about theDiablo 4 level cap and campaign length, as well as a comprehensive list of Diablo 4 classes and a breakdown of Diablo 4 crossplay before the games launch.